2 edition of Reforming public and corporate governance found in the catalog.
Reforming public and corporate governance
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Byong-man Ahn, John Halligan and Stephen Wilks.|
|Contributions||An, Pyŏng-man., Halligan, J., Wilks, S. R. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 308 p. :|
|Number of Pages||308|
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Georgetown Law and Economics Research Paper No. Cited by: The book's main sections deal with private sector management, privatisation and public enterprises, corporate governance, and government-business relations. Conclusions are drawn regarding possible future policy and changing trajectories of reform as well as about the content, success and extent of national reforms in a global setting.
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Reforming the “Rules of the Game” for Policymaking Through a Medium-Term Expenditure Framework 11 Box 6. The Links Between Public Governance and Corporate Governance 14 Box 7.
How Foreign Aid Affects Public Management in Poor Countries: PIUs, Salary Supplements, and other Distortionary Practices 20 Box 8. Reform of Corporate Governance in the EU 17 The Commission’s proposa ls also fail to reflect the institutional realities of corporate governance and ownersh ip in the EU.
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The concept is borrowed from the corporate law scholarship. Cf. Brummer, above n 9, at – A relevant example is the adoption of self-imposed codes of corporate governance for listed companies.
As to the Italian practice, see Comitato per la Corporate Governance, Codice di Autodisciplina (July ).Author: Carlo de Stefano.